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This article was published on July 29, 2014


Peloton releases an iPad app for streaming cycling classes on your own indoor bike

Peloton releases an iPad app for streaming cycling classes on your own indoor bike


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Peloton is expanding its indoor cycling regimen with the release of an iPad app that lets you stream live and on-demand classes.

While Spinning remains the most well-known indoor cycling brand, Peloton entered the scene last year with a crowdfunding campaign for its bike. In April, the startup raised $10.5 million.

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Since Peloton’s bikes cost $2,000, the new app is an affordable alternative for folks who already have an indoor bike and have been interested in the company’s classes, which are filmed at its New York studio.

You’ll get 20 credits for live classes and four on-demand rides to try out the iPad app before you decide whether to purchase a subscription.

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See also: Review: Peloton Cycle brings live-stream spinning classes to your home